nokia push: solderin’ skaters
nokia push: solderin’ skaters nokia push: solderin’ skaters
nov 05, 2010

nokia push: solderin’ skaters

solderin’ skaters is a project that transforms the nokia n900 into an interactive skateboarding game that records real skating. because the n900 is built on open source software, it is ideal for hacking and modding into new uses. one of the possible reuses is to record data capture from a skateboarder and use it to interact with a game on screen. the system utilizes special sensors that have been integrated into the design of the skateboard, measuring what types of tricks are being performed. this data is then sent to the nokia phone and provides the software with information that gives the user points based on their actions. the same principles are currently being developed for snowboarding as well.

  • I totallllly want that for iPhone! 😀 Seen that on the nokia-ad on tv… THAT’S how to use newest technology clever =)

    Marius says:

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